Vishva Hindu Parishad newspaper on Wednesday said its youth wing Bajrang Dal will soon release helpline numbers for those receiving threats from “Islamic fundamentalists” over their social media posts.
In a video message, VHP Joint Secretary General Surendra Jain claimed that efforts are being made to create an atmosphere of terror in the country since the brutal murder of Umesh Kolhi in Amravati in Maharashtra and Kanhaya Lal in Udaipur in Rajasthan.
He claimed that people are being threatened because of their social media posts.
“The whole world is tired of Islamic fundamentalism, but in the past few days, their poison has spread rapidly. The way Umesh Kolhi of Amravati and Kanhaya Lal of Udaipur was killed, the whole world was shaken.
“After these two incidents, the way in which efforts are being made to spread violence and create an atmosphere of terror in the country is a matter of grave concern,” he said.
“If a job is not liked, a death threat is given? Hindu society will not tolerate it.
On behalf of the Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP), Jain appealed to members of the “Hindu community” to immediately file a complaint with the police whenever such threats are made against them.
“If the police do not take any action, the activists of the youth wing of Bajrang Dal in VHP will always be ready to help you,” he said, adding, “The helpline numbers will be released. When such a situation arises, you can contact the Bajrang Dal activists through the helpline numbers. this is.
A senior army official said the helpline numbers would soon be released by government units at VHP and Bajrang Dal.